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Friday, June 21, 2013

When Installing Ubuntu 13.04 / 12.10 / 12.04 or Upgrading from older Versions the Hibernate Option is not available.Hibernate won't work properly with Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.Thats why Hibernate Option is not enabled default.
If You  need You can give life to the Hibernate Option in Ubuntu. 

In this Tutorial I will tell you how to enable Hibernate in Ubuntu.


In the above image there is no Hibernate Option 

Step 1: Open Terminal and Change to Root user
           
           $ sudo su 

Step 2: For Hibernation we need to create a policy file 

         # gedit var/lib/pollit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/hibernate.pkla 


Step 3: copy or type the below lines in the hibernate.pkla file.If you are typing type as it is. 

       [Re-enable Hibernate] 
       Identity=unix-user:* 
       Action=org.freedesktop.upower.hibernate 
       ResultActive=yes 


Step 4: Restart Your System



Step 5: After Logged in Check it Hibernate option will show before Shutdown option


Thats it.................................
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